Laurier House National Historic Site
Welcome to Laurier House National Historic Site, home to two of Canada's longest serving prime ministers: Sir Wilfrid Laurier and William Lyon Mackenzie King. For over fifty years, this Second Empire mansion in downtown Ottawa was at the heart of Canadian political life.
Laurier House is a national historic treasure for school groups to visit in the National Capital Region.
Join a guided tour
Take an inside look at the lives and legacies of two prime ministers.
The future of Laurier House
Review the site's management plan, a document that will guide the sites decisions and direction.
Visiting Laurier House National Historic Site
Activities and experiences
Things to do, guided tours and learning experiences.
Plan your visit
How to get here and hours of operation.
Tours and programs
Programs and learning experiences.
Daily visitor and program fees, and more. Free admission for youth.
About Laurier House National Historic Site
Stewardship and management
Contact information, public consultations, plans, and policies.
Culture and history
History, culture, and designation information.
Contact Laurier House National Historic Site
September to May: firstname.lastname@example.org
Hours of operation
Laurier House National Historic Site is now closed for the season. We look forward to seeing you in 2023.
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